Door Design. Monday , November 20th , 2017 - 23:20:21 PM
These types of doors were rather popular in the 1900s, and though you may not see them as often now, they are still around today. You can have one made to your specifications. This means you can choose what wood the door is made from, how many wood panels it has, whether or not it has glass lites, what kind of glass designs you want for the lites, and even whether or not you want it to have a shelf. Many people delight in the shelf and corbels because very few doors today do have such a feature. It can be quite quaint on the right house and may be something to take into consideration - especially if you wish to have a unique door that no one else on the block has.
Now when you go shopping for designs, you will realize that there is a huge variety available in the market to suit different needs and tastes. You find beautiful traditional style wood doors with carvings and patterns in different designs. Many manufacturers sell front door designs which reflect the bygone eras such as Victorian, Georgian, Tudor, French Country, Tuscany and Colonial. These are more suited to palatial or country-side homes. You can even go for the rustic look and finish or antique looking front door designs.
You can also choose the hardware - door knobs, locking mechanisms, hinges - and finishes. Everything is under your control so you know you'll get just what you asked for. If you do have questions about the door's style or if any particular wood species is best for an Arts and Crafts door, don't hesitate to ask the manufacturer. They've worked with doors and styles for years and years and will be able to give you excellent insight and advice about their work and what you might like to see.
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